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a lot. they've still got a couple give indiana already over the limit. jim: that's the second on teague. davis down to seven. jim: they feel like it's a tight game in that situation. jim: four on the shot clock, indiana steals it. to watford. davis is out of position now. watford in the paint. zeller, put back. 82-77. indiana has responded. 16 for zeller. that's going to be a foul there on indiana. clark: oladipo. jim: that's it for oladipo. ncaa.com, get coverage of the division one women's basketball tournament. ncaa.com/finalfour. they lose one of their star players, oladipo averages 11 points a game. he had 15 tonight. on top of that, he's an all big ten defender. see that disappear. clark: you see his fire, he's disappointed he'll have to watch the rest of this one, trying to inspire his teammates to fight and come all the way back. don't miss his ability to go off the dribble. just from an athleticism standpoint, he brings a lot. so roth replaces oladipo, he's a terrific three-point shooter. jim: kentucky sends its terrific shooter, lamb, to the line for a one and one. people that
got a couple give indiana already over the limit. jim: that's the second on teague. davis down to seven. jim: they feel like it's a tight game in that situation. jim: four on the shot clock, indiana steals it. to watford. davis is out of position now. watford in the paint. zeller, put back. 82-77. indiana has responded. 16 for zeller. that's going to be a foul there on indiana. clark: oladipo. jim: that's it for oladipo. ncaa.com, get coverage of the division one women's basketball tournament. ncaa.com/finalfour. they lose one of their star players, oladipo averages 11 points a game. he had 15 tonight. on top of that, he's an all big ten defender. see that disappear. clark: you see his fire, he's disappointed he'll have to watch the rest of this one, trying to inspire his teammates to fight and come all the way back. don't miss his ability to go off the dribble. just from an athleticism standpoint, he brings a lot. so roth replaces oladipo, he's a terrific three-point shooter. jim: kentucky sends its terrific shooter, lamb, to the line for a one and one. people that know the hi
near bird's eye, it had to, indiana. but there is an even larger tornado that i'm very worried about it. it's to the northwest of louisville by maybe 30 miles but it is on the ground doing damage. new peak in indiana is in the way of this tornado. if you know anybody in that area, they just need to take cover. and these now are so big that you don't have to wait. if you see a dark cloud literally, you know a storm is coming your way, don't wait for the weather service to put out a warning. just take your tornado precautions, anyway, and just keep yourself safe. what's 25 minutes in a closet if it will keep yourself safe. >> incredible advice. we have that piece of sound when we were talking to jeff. let's roll that. >> we have a tornado that's tracked anywhere from 50 miles west of evansville up toward wadesville. there is damage on the ground. we saw it for about five minutes coming down highway 64. the tornadic storm is producing tornadoes. it's on highway 64 just to the north of livershole and heading toward lynnville, so that area to the north and northeast of evansvil evansville. t
troops have been deployed to the hardest-hit states of kentucky, indiana and missouri. jacqui jeras is here with me in the weather center keeping a close watch on all of this. let's talk about what concentrated areas are kind of in the bull's-eye, so to speak right now. florida among them. >> north florida and southern parts of georgia. it's really this squall line we are looking at right here that has the most potential for producing tornadic storms. right now there are no tornado warnings that are in effect. some of those thunderstorms could produce wind damage in excess of 60 miles per hour. sometimes those real down burst winds can cause as much damage as a tornado. you still need to stay indoors. another place that we are watching that's included in this tornado threat is jacksonville, florida. there you can see a live picture from jacksonville at this time. it's extremely windy. that's why you see all that crazy shaking going on on the camera there. 86 degrees. it's a very warm, very moist, ripe atmosphere. as that cold front starts to come on down and move into the region, th
storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old ngel, foundndndndndndndndndndnd >>> making news in america this morning. more pain. >> a one/two punch. snow is now headed to the tornado zone. it is not getting any easier for the survivors in one storm-ravaged community and across that region, the death toll still rising. >>> tough talks from president obama about iran's nuclear threat. ahead of a critical white house meeting he said no actions are off the take. >>> the republican presidential candidates enter homestretch has candidates get ready for the super tuesday contest. will they be enough to finally thin the field. >>> and gas prices are still climbing. today, dozens of members of congress will say enough is enough. >>> and good monday morning, everyone. we start with the
in place in indiana and kentucky. national guard troops have also been deployed there. before we take you live to indiana for the latest there, i want to show you now an amazing piece of video. it comes from west liberty, kentucky, shot just as the tornado was forming over the town. now, listen very closely to the desperate prayers from one woman as she pleased for her safety. >> take yourself away from our home. >> the prayers were answered. she did come through that storm safety. west liberty, however, was hit hard by the storm. at least three people died there. some of the worst damage we've seen is in indiana. cnn national correspondent susan candiotti is in henryville, indiana this morning. susan, what does it look like there? >> now that the sun is coming up, you can see even more of the crushing damage that has been suffered in this area. and as we speak, the governor of the state is being accompanied to this area coining some flyovers and is expected to be taking an on the ground tour of some of the heaviest damage where we are standing now. over my shoulder, that's the high schoo
up to kentucky and indiana to the hardest hit communities. you can see tornado in tennessee. dozens of people were injured in the storms. we are watching all angles of the story this morning. susan c susan is in ohio. rob is in tennessee where we have seen significant damage. bonnie schneider is standing by in the severe weather center. the damage we have seen have been small towns like henriville. how bad is it? >> reporter: it is very bad. crushing damage. people here are reeling from what happened to the area. 15 deaths confirmed so far in the entire state of kentucky. a couple of them here in clark county. just to give you an idea, look at this school bus, it was flown here from across the street where the high school is located in henriville. here is the front of the bus you are seeing and the back behind it. the chassis of the bus is resting this way. bus this way, chassis off to the side. it's an indication of how powerful the storms are. a number of us are lined up here, so i can't walk too, too much. as you look up in this direction, giving you a look at some of the power l
: overnight, a winter storm system moved into henryvil henryville, indiana. tornado ravaged members have to deal with snow. although the first baptist church was ravaged, neighbors dealt with debris to gather and we're ship. >> there's still a lot of chaos, a lot of loss. >> reporter: among the dead, the entire babcock family of peeken, indiana. mom, dad, two kids, 14-month-old angel, found in a field after the storm, taken off of life support yesterday. across the street from where the babcocks lived, genie llewellyn's home but she's thankful her family made it. this charlotte, north carolina family is thankful too, three of the children were sucked out of the house when the twister struck. all of the kids were hospitalized but none had serious injuries. the doctors gave the kids a special nickname. >> they looked at him and couldn't believe it. they called him a the miracle baby. >> reporter: in kentucky, a woman prayed that a twister would go away. >> take this away from my home! >> reporter: she lived, so many miracles, amid enormous destruction. >> those are storms we usually see in
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
there and family members as well. this video like the first one shot in henryville, indiana. all told at least 37 people are dead. the number of missing are impossible to know right now. i'm don lemon thank you for joining us in the cnn newsroom. i want to bring in meteorologist jackie jarris. first the video from the gas station. >> you can see the debris within that funnel. it's amazing to think how close they must have been to that tornado and feeling the impact and that sucking in as air rushes into the tornado. there you can see in the middle that swirling around that's debris. we think there might be one or two vortices. this was in an intense cation stage. and the i-reporter video from kevin wells. >> can we listen to it a little bit more and talk about it? >> i have friends over there. >> [ bleep ]. >> jackie that is so frightening. kevin will join us live in a little bit. this is incredible video. >> we have new information in this hour that that tornado was an ef-4. it is one of the strongest tornados ever recorded in the top 2%. winds between 166 to 200 miles per hour. that can cause m
school. there you go. indiana took their basketball program which obviously bobby nooig had a few influence. it was an amazing program back in the '90ed and early 2000s. and thul of a sudden fell apart in the early part of the decade. now this coach, coach carerean brought this team back. >> save something for the interview. you're excite popped. >> we loi am. >> ewith love it when you're passionate. i'm dpon lon lemon in today for brooke baldwin. president obama's about face of a controversial oil pipeline and housing number, some good, some bad. roll it. police have pinned down a suspected jihadist of a rabbi three schoolchildren and three soldiers. [ no audio ] >>ening okay, parentally we're having an issue. we'll get back when we get it fixed. barack obama will speak a little more than an hour from now. bree i brianna, i saw the note last night when you got the information on this story. this is the beginning of an energy tour for the president. that was very interesting wh enyou uncovered it. >> that's right. that had to do with the keystone pipeline. or the southern segment
tell it hit the school with all of the turbulence. >> life in henryville, indiana may never be the same. you can say that about so many communities in the path of these storms. at least 37 people have died. 14 of them were in indiana. and we learned that the tornado that hit henryville was an ef-4. that means sustained winds up to 200 miles per hour, we're talking nascar speeds here. it cut a path 52 miles long and it was as wide as 1 1/2 football fields. the damage, of course, is catastrophic. about 180 miles away, another town is obliterated. west liberty, kentucky. an ef-3 blew through the heart of this small town. winds were as high as 165 miles per hour. it seems no building was spared. the roofs are peeled off some. others were blasted to the ground. kentucky got some of the worst of it. 18 people died there. let's meet some of the brave people of henryville now. there a twister took away a family's home, but took a father, a dad. >> reporter: here in clark county, indiana, in henryville, only one person didn't survive that killer tornado. he's 64-year-old wayne hunter. this is th
" at 4:30. >>> a little girl who survived after her family was killed in indiana after a deadly tornado has died. she was taken off life support on sunday bringing the death toll to 39 people now. in alabama, the governor toured the damage there. and offered words of support to residents who are cleaning up and rebuilding. >> one of the things that the lord doesn't give us the ability to foresee the future and that's kind of good. we have to be prepared. and it's so nice to see all the wonderful volunteers out here today and i am thankful to see how the people in alabama care about each other. >> a lot of stories to tell you about the storms state tuned for g. and we will have live reports from indiana. >>> that tornado throughout alabama remember the toc cay lose cay -- tuscaloosa tore nato. -- tornado. >> and it's so hard to sea and you have to fill in they have to clean up and we have snow in the areas. so some of the hardest hit areas getting snow like ohio, portions of ohio and west virginia and even back into kentucky and even into indiana this morning. again, you are from severe
to the east. then you could tell it hit the school with all of the turbulence. >> henryville, indiana, one of the hardest-hit communities in a deadly rash of tornados acro hello, i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us in the cnn newsroom. the threat is not over yet from. this vicious storm system that just refuses to quit. let's get right over to jacqui jeras in the cnn severe weather center. what in the world is going on? >> it's been amazing what an incredibly strong storm going on for more than 36 hours right now. 98 reports of tornados yesterday. ten reports so far today. the severe weather threat out there with a tornado watch, meaning conditions are favorable for toesrnados to occur in southern parts of georgia and northern parts of florida. this is the line we are most concerned about at this hour that has a history of producing damaging winds and isolated tornados. thankfully, no injury reports today or fatalities. let's hope that continues to hold on true. the best thing i can tell you, there are no warnings in effect. when we tell you a warning, that means it's happening now. yo
intervention live to see another day. we begin in henryville, indiana one of the hardest-hit communities. if you're this close, run to the safest place or it could be the last thing you see. lucky the i-reporter who shot this video did survive. >> [ bleep ]. we got to get in the house. that was [ bleep ]. look at that. holy -- my god. my friend lives right over there, too. oh, god. come on, nick. that is nuts. [ bleep ]. >> same town, same storm, but a different man who has to duck into a gas station for cover. a fiercesome sight of a swirling mass closeby tearing up the landscape. he says he was driving when the massive twister started bearing down. he barely got off the road in time and picked the right place to hold up. >> the vehicles on 160 were turned over in front of us. we saw the marathon station across the street completely leveled. nothing left of it. it then kept moving to the east, and then you could tell it hit the school with all of the t turbulence. >> life in henryville, indiana may never be the same, and you can say that about so many communities in the path of these ex
the electricity. susan mcginnis reports from hard-hit henryville, indiana. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the lights back on in henryville. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by this weekend's tornados. at henryville high school, they used heavy equipment to scoop up the debris. courtney cummings is a freshman. >> i want to be there. i want to be there, i want to be in my classes, i want to see my teachers, and i want to be with my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and residents, volunteers are working overtime, taking in loads of donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a long time to rebuild, but this is great community, and there's a lot of hope here, and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: 15-month-old angel babcock is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an indiana field, but she died two days later. her father, mother, and two siblings also died. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> it's just a nightmare. everybody's
season's big success. they made it all the way to the final four. vcu takes on fourth-seeded indiana tomorrow. i think that's consistent with my bracket. >> you've got them all the way to the top. >> yes, sir. >> other local teams did not fare as well as rcu. loyola of maryland lost to ohio state -- ouch -- 78-59. the loss ended a record year for the greyhounds. they won 24 of their games, most in the school's history. loyola won just a single game eight years ago. that was a year before the current head coach, jimmy petsos, took over the program. >>> and west virginia's season is over. the mountaineers fell to gonzaga 77-54. gonzaga -- zaga? scored 13 points in the final 12 minutes of the first half to blow open the game. west virginia ended the season with a 19-14 record. this was also the mountaineers' last game of the big east conference. they'll play in the big 12 next season. >> gallon zonzagagonzaga, an al. >>> two local teams in action. georgetown takes on belmont at 3:10. virginia plays florida this afternoon. that game tips off at 2:10. >> i always mispronounce that. >> i k
. at least three people died there. now, let's get you to indiana where we've seen some of the worst damage in all these storms. people are counting their blessings as strange as that may sound because by the looks of the town, things could have been so much worse as far as the loss of life goes. susan candiotti is live in henryville. susan, the bad news keeps on coming as we see these pictures. is this town getting back on its feet today? >> reporter: oh, i think it's far too soon to say that, but they certainly are trying their best. joining us now is the governor of indiana, mitch daniels. thank you for joining us live on cn. you just guangdong with a tour. tell us some of the things you saw and your assessment. >> we're not unfamiliar with the wrath of mother nature in indiana but this is about as worse as we've seen in the years since i've been in this job. i will say that it proves that preparation and better warning systems do matter and undoubtedly saved a lot of lives. and i'm very impressed with the work of our people who responded. we're getting better at that every time it happe
zone. >> it's hard to believe that harsh winter weather is hitting henryville, indiana after summer-like killer tornadoes tore through the area. abc's ginger zee is there. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. yesterday we flew over the tornadic annihilation. we've seen a lot of images like this on the ground. but to see it from above was something completely different. when you see all of the homes wiped from their foundation, you see the trees that have been snapped and plucked from that huge tornado, and really when you fly above it it gives you that width or that breadth that it covered, at times a half a mile, this ef 4 monster had winds of 175 miles per hour. and boy, could you see it from up there in that chopper. so we went over not only the town of pekan, where poor baby angel at this time we found was taken off life support. and that was that one family who now was altogether taken from that tornado. but in pekan the tornado then moves to henryville. from there to marysville, where one church stands alone. so many stories of lucky survival because
in indiana where the girl was found. susan, so sad to hear this news. you have gotten a chance and you have spoken exclusively to the man who found her as we were getting this sad information. >> reporter: it is, indeed, so sad, especially because this really is a case and a story that captured everyone's heart. i think everyone that had heard about this family and little angel had been pulling for her at least to be, as you said, a symbol of hope, of survival. but now it appears that her injuries were just too much for that little one to overcome, and the family made a very difficult decision quite clearly. but i'm standing here, don, in the debris field, the aftermath of that tornado where it all happened. this twister when it came in on friday hit a field behind me. you can see where mainly mobile homes were located and the babcock family lived there, a family of five. a husband, a father and mother, ages 20, 21, and their three children. and a neighbor by the name of jason miller had convinced them to come hofover from their smal trailer to his double wide to take shelter. they hunkered
indiana. indiana as you might know was hit hard by a series of tornados. at least eight people have died. the latest in ape se series of twisters that touched down soecht maso many states have been affected. jay gray joins us from nashville. when will it end? what is the forecast out there? >> forecast, unfortunately calls for more severe weather in areas of tornado alley. some areas will see storms, past midnight tonight. a tense, dangerous night ahead. as they get through what has been a difficult day. tornado alley turned deadly today. severe storms, spawned dozens of tornados this afternoon. from indiana to tennessee. one of the hardest hit areas, henriville, indiana, where from the air, path of destructs stretches for miles. entire homes ripped from their foundations. neighborhood gone. this school bus tossed into a house. another thrown on its side in the parking lot of the local highle school where classes were letting out when a funnel cloud was spotted. >> we had numerous tornados hit the ground. >> there are reports of several injuries. at least one person missing. crews are st
of the regions hit by the storms. at least for one community in indiana it is what is pouring in that matters most. prayers help and most of all hope. deana jones has that part of the story tonight. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> why did this happen? i don't care. it did. >> reporter: at henryville community church the focus is on healing. >> some of our folks could not get in this morning. so many of you have lost everything. many of you have lost vehicles. some of you slept in your garages last night. >> reporter: and the 80 member congregation in this small town is getting a lot of help from a disaster relief group and ordinary people. >> i got here at 6:00 a.m., at dawn when they allows us in and these guys were already here. they have had a couple of semis that have come and brought lots and lots of materials. >> reporter: from food and water to bedding and clothing they have it covered for families that lost everything in friday's storm. >> today we're just trying to see if we can organize everything to be able to distribute food, clothes, toiletries and the things they ne
from indiana, where this video was taken, all the way to alabama. damage widespread, but especially bad in southern indiana, parts of kentucky. total devastation parts of clark county, indiana. the town of henryville especially hard hit. at least five reported dead at this hour. state of emergency in kentucky. we've got reports from all across the area. first, though, i want to check in with chad myers for the very latest for who is still in direct danger right now. >> believe it or not even at this late hour and typically storms die off by now, we still have 19 different cells, 19 different storms that are rotating enough or have tornados on the ground to have tornado warnings on them. 19 separate storms. these storms go all wait from louisiana to florida to almost atlanta, georgia. one now crossing the border from atlanta. a little farther to the north on up, the third storm of the day for chattanooga right there, tornado warning on that, especially just off to the east. and then farther on up we're seeing pretty big weather still in eastern kentucky. that may be where the biggest tor
station in henryville, indiana, as tornadoes were coming through the area. there's a man who you'll meet in a moment who was inside that gas station at the time, certainly he was not aware there were going to be tornadoes. and he saw that from inside. then he steps outside and you and i will now watch the next video together. take a look. absolutely amazing. we're going to stay on this and i'm going to tell you a little bit about it. so he was inside this gas station. he said there had been some tough weather throughout the week. he was not aware there would be tornadoes there that day. he had just gotten inside the gas station when he saw the tornado that you and i saw just before, what looked like from the inside. and then he steps outside afterwards and sees this. wreaking havoc, bringing so much destruction. and henryville, indiana, is one of the major places we have been talking to you about. that was stricken by this. when he stepped outside, that is what he saw. it's absolutely stunning. and here's a little bit of what he had to say about that. >> the vehicles on 160 were being tu
. after tornadoes blew through henryville, indiana. before the twisters hit she immediately moved to protect her 5 and 8-year-old boys, covering them with a blanket to shield them from the debris. the wreckage hit her breaking seven ribs and -- actually pinned her under steel beams. but the worst wasn't over. a second twister was headed towards stephanie stanley. she covered her two children -- stephanie's family. she covered her two children once again. >> they are screaming, mama, i don't want to die. don't let me die. >> unable to remove the heavy debris the badly injured mother went on to help her children. stephanie survived in the hospital bed but both her legs had to be amputated. >>> time for a check of the forecast. lynette, the stories are heartbreaking but so many people will talk about, after going through a storm like that, having what they need, family and health. >> exactly. a good point to make. the bad thing about it, you have the tornado an then day after day you're still talking about the clean-up and what you've lost. like you said at least you have your fami
on the recovery. >> communities like henryville, indiana, are slowly recovering after tornadoes devastated the region less than a month ago. along with homes, memories are also lost. >> nice family photo. >> victoria george isn't a roofer or a carpenter, but she is rebuilding lives through her facebook page called, i found your memory. >> i lost some images before in a fire and i knew what that was like. these are things you can't get back. >> through the page, items found as far away as west virginia are coming home to southern indiana. one of the most consistent posters to georgia's page, the boone county jail, work detail cleaning the side of the road keeps a sharp eye out. >> it may look like garbage, but if it's a picture, old checks, you know, anything that is a possibility that could be from that tornado, they're going to hold on to it. >> when lori was reunited with her high school diploma, she received much more than a document. muddy decree was a symbol of the kindness of strangers. >> she framed it. margie meyer framed it for me and nailed it on back. you know, that makes
million. and indiana, $1.7 billion. indiana, according to the u.s. department of labor, seems to have a real problem with doling out a lot of money in what they called improper payments. >> well, that's just poppycock. >> reporter: he says in indiana, much of the problem is people failing to register with the state jobs board before getting money. >> i don't think these can be characterized as improper payments. >> reporter: but the federal government stands pat. saying those safeguards prevent wrongful payments. >> we're holding them accountable to that. and we're saying you're not closing the gap when it comes to improper payments. >> reporter: the idea, making it that much harder for people like the chopper and others, to take your money right to the bank. >> so, mark, what's the labor department going to do about it? >> reporter: diane, one idea is to simply hand over the names of everybody who's actually received an improper payment to the irs and let the irs confiscate tax refunds. it's an idea that's gaining steam and already working in several states. and as a result of this s
in the trayvon martin case. >>> and new video of the tornado that barreled through henryville, indiana, earlier this month. all that coming up this hour. >>> this morning we know the name of the u.s. soldier accused of killing 16 afghan civilians and where he's being held. the suspect is army staff sergeant robert bachlles. he's now in custody at ft. leavenworth in kansas by himself. he's married, a father of two kids. this was his first tour of duty in afghanistan but he's done three tours in iraq. here's what neighbors had to say about him. >> completely shocked. >> i would describe him as super fun to hang around with, kind of the life of the party. super loving, friendly to everybody he met, great with his kids. i just -- i don't -- i don't see how that has happened. i never saw any signs of marital problems. they always -- happy family, normal family. i mean we would go over there for birthday parties and they would come to my kids' birthday parties. they would -- always happy. happy day, you know. i don't know. >> we're learning more about bales through the people who know or knew him. cn
are now on the ground in kentucky and indiana. fema has also dispatched teams to those states to begin damage assessment. but one state is holding off on asking for federal help. ohio governor john kasich says first the state wants to assess the damage for themselves before asking the obama administration for assistance. cnn's athena jones is in tornado-ravaged henryville, indiana. athena, i want to start with the ohio governor's decision not to ask federal authorities to come into the states to survey the damage. and why he did that. >> reporter: well, from what we understand, carol, there's not as much damage in ohio as there is here in indiana. as you can see behind me, just this bus through this home. so ohio authorities right now are assessing the damage themselves. they believe at the moment that they are going to be able to handle it. of course, that could change at any moment. so they are holding off. what we understand, they are holding off on asking for federal help until they know that they need it, until they know they can't handle it themselves. as you know, the president,
are dead at this hour in indiana. more than two dozen tornadoes have been reported in six states. we've got tornado warnings right now in effect for 50 counties through this evening. all right. this is pretty frightening thing. some of these storms have been incredibly powerful. we've been talking about storms with winds up to 170, 180-mile-per-hour. they could be hitting heavily populated areas. we start with gary tuchman who is in nashville, tennessee, tonight. gary, what have you seen and heard? >> reporter: earin, this is one of those heavily populated areas. music city, tennessee. 1.7 million people are in the metropolitan area. one hour ago it was very scary for a lot of people who live here. that's when the winds came tearing through. hail the size of marbles started falling. we were standing outside our hotel up the street there. people were being yelled at to get out of the lobby because there was so much glass to go down in the basement. the glass did not break. the damage appears to be limited. right here now in nashville the worst appears to be over, however, about 30 miles sout
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